furySteven Price has been tapped to score David Ayer’s upcoming currently untitled WWII dramatic thriller, previously known as Fury. The film is written and directed by Ayer (screenwriter of Training Day) and stars Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Michael Peña, Jason Isaacs and Scott Eastwood. The movie follows the commander of a Sherman tank and its five-man crew on a mission behind enemy lines in April 1945 as Nazi Germany collapses. Ayer is also producing the QED International and Le Grisbi production with Bill Block (W., Alex Cross), John Lesher (End of Watch, Blood Ties) and Ethan Smith. Price is best known for his score for this year’s box office hit and awards contender Gravity directed by Alfonso Cuaron. His other film scoring credits include Edgar Wright’s The World’s End and Attack the Block. Ayer has previously collaborated with Graeme Revell on his first two directorial efforts Harsh Times and Street Kings and composer David Sardy on his two most recent features End of Watch and the upcoming Sabotage. Fury is set to be released in the U.S. on November 12, 2014 by Columbia Pictures. (Deadline)

  1. ed says:

    Was expecting David Sardy to get this gig, after working with the director on “End of Watch” and the forthcoming Schwarzenegger flick “Sabotage.” Looks like someone just watched “Gravity.” Nice to see Mr. Price getting big projects during the infancy of his composing career. Although his score for “Gravity” was different and experimental, future works will expand on these ideas. Well done, Steve Price!

    • @f_vasquez says:

      Yes, I would love to hear something more “traditional” in orchestra composed by him. This seems a nice chance.


      • Employee says:

        Traditional sucks. so don’t get your hopes up

        • 4itisWritten says:

          “Traditional sucks. so don’t get your hopes up.”

          Obvious troll is obvious.

          • Bernhard H. Heidkamp says:

            I think he was being sarcastic. It’s not that he doesn’t like traditional, but almost the whole movie industry seems to hate it.